Issue #237: When People Judge or Threaten You Because Your Illness is Invisible & Sometimes, All We Need is for Someone to Hold Space for Us | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 30 October 2020. Issue #237. In this issue: When you live with chronic illness, pain is a guessing game, and sometimes you wait too long before going to the A&E, such as when you get deadly cyst ruptures. When people judge and threaten you because your illness is invisible. Chronic Illness Social Pod – […]

Issue #194: The Indescribable Debilitation of Chronic Fatigue & The Difference Between Active & Passive Suicidal Thoughts | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 03 January 2019. Issue #194. In this issue: Chronic fatigue – compared to pain – can be unfathomable as most people have never experienced it to such a debilitating extent. The link between chronic pain and psychological issues, which is obvious yet some research find ‘weird’. Writing to encourage empathy and to reduce ignorance. […]

Issue #173: To Thrive is to Move Forward with Purpose & Accepting the Life You Never Planned for with Chronic Illness | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

Friday, 09 August 2019. Issue #173. In this issue: A goodbye to my sweet little parrotlets. Sometimes all you can do is manage your breath, and that’s enough. To thrive doesn’t necessarily mean being able or well, but to move forward with purpose. Please continue to share your blogs for those who need it! The […]

August 2019 Linkup Party for People with Chronic Illnesses | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

It’s time to stop struggling against the rapid flow of 2019, since we’re already swept right into August. Is this what they meant when they say that life speeds by the older you get? (Even though I spent most of this year brain fogged and homebound so far?!) It’s National Day in Singapore this month, […]

The Power and Purpose of Blogging, and Why You Should Write featured image

*Note: This post was first published on writersam.co.uk Is Blogging About Chronic Illness Worth the Effort? Blogging about chronic illnesses can be hard work. For some, the exposure of their privacy or the intimacy of the topics can be a deterrent. Others struggle with expressing their thoughts, or posting content on a regular basis. Vicious, […]